Amari Cooper and DeMarcus Lawrence won’t be active when the Cowboys kick off the NFL preseason in the Hall of Fame Game on Thursday against the Steelers. But they’re making progress toward being available for the regular season.
Cooper (ankle) and Lawrence (back) were placed on the physically unable to perform list to begin camp following offseason surgeries. Coach Mike McCarthy told reporters Sunday the two are “in really good shape.”
“Amari, he looks great,” McCarthy said. “Everything’s been extremely positive from the strength staff. … His weight is as low as it’s been since I’ve worked with him, so he looks great. And D-Law, same deal. He’s in tremendous shape.”
McCarthy added that timelines for the two stars will be discussed in about a week.
Here’s other news Around The NFL is monitoring on Sunday:
- The Seahawks signed veteran quarterback Sean Mannion. The former third-round pick of the Rams spent the past two years with the Vikings. He last started a game for Minnesota in 2019. Seattle waived quarterback Danny Etling in a corresponding move.
- The Los Angeles Chargers signed quarterback K.J. Costello, who participated in their rookie minicamp this summer. Costello, who went undrafted, spent the 2020 season at Mississippi State after three years at Stanford.
- The Las Vegas Raiders re-signed kicker Dominik Eberle.
- The Atlanta Falcons signed outside linebacker Tuzar Skipper. He’s appeared in 10 games over the past two seasons with the Titans and Giants.
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